Three Friends in a Hammock - April Ayers Lawson - Literary Roadhouse Ep 163

07.24.2019 - By Literary Roadhouse: One Short Story, Once a Week

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Discussion Notes: Three Friends in a Hammock
This week’s story: Three Friends in a Hammock by April Ayers Lawson
Next week’s story: Ross Perot and China by Ben Lerner
Rated: Clean
Andy, Gerald, and Anais discuss “Three Friends in a Hammock” by April Ayers Lawson and dig into themes centered on friendship and whether or not love is real. Our hosts appreciated the depth of the story’s insights into human relationships. However, something was missing for all three hosts, something that prevented a more robust enjoyment of the story. Through discussion, they dig deep into what that is.
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